For over a half-century, global approaches to narcotic drugs have primarily rested on a prohibitionist
orthodoxy that is reflected in national policies in many countries and in international legal instruments.
approach is advocated by groups such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the Humane Society of the United States.
In particular, will free-trade libertarian and progressive prohibitionist
positions be also found?
That conclusion dealt a capital blow to prohibitionist
policies, a blow that redoubled because it had been known since the 1970s that less hazardous cigarettes are both technically and economically feasible.
(16) Congress passed a more explicitly and rigorously prohibitionist
law on February 2, 1901.
Here again, the evidence fails to support a prohibitionist
The fiery heroine Bertie is a prohibitionist
not only for
The tragic global consequences of prohibitionist
policies are graphically depicted in two recent, related films called Traffic, which focus on four countries on four continents: the United States, Mexico, England, and Afghanistan.
(However, 73 percent voted on a prohibitionist
initiative, which went down to defeat.
Grafftey-Smith was an accomplished diplomat, but also a poet, intellectual, lover of fine food and wine (sometimes in prohibitionist
surroundings) and a phenomenal linguist as well.
Moreover, Summers shows how third-party challengers, especially the Prohibitionists
and the Greenbackers, bedeviled the calculations of the major party leaders, even driving some Republicans to try to bribe Prohibitionist
Harm reduction contrasts markedly with the tried and failed prohibitionist
solution characteristic throughout most of the twentieth century.